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Monday, 25 January 2010 12:33

 

 

 

 

Soo Bahk Do / Moo Duk Kwan has five belt rankings:

 

1. White Belt - The white belt represents winter. Potential and skills are hidden under the pure white snow. This rank is generally assigned to beginners until three months of training.


2. Orange Belt - The orange belt is an acknowledgment of development and hard work. This rank is generally assigned to students with three months to a year of training.


3. Green Belt - The green belt symbolizes spring. The student has begun to study jump and spinning kick techniques. This rank is generally assigned to students with six months to one year of training.

 

4. Red Belt - The red belt represents summer. Advance kicking techniques and combination attacks are part of the training. This rank is generally assigned to students with one to two years of training.


5. Midnight Blue belt - The midnight blue belt, also known as the Dan level, signifies autumn. The student's training is intensified. Combination strikes, mastering self-defense techniques and developing a spiritual connection with the martial art are requisites. This rank generally takes four years to achieve.

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